I recently picked up a mound of my poetry collection, wild horses (University of Alberta Press, 2010),
at a pretty good discount. This means I can pass the savings along to you!
If anyone is interested, the book retails for $20; for a limited time, I’ll be selling copies for $10 (+ $2
for shipping in Canada; + $3 to the US; + $5 anywhere else).
One can always drop money into my paypal (or simply see me at a reading, possibly), here:
Cast during his year in the U of A’s writer in residency, wild horses is Ottawan rob mclennan’s deep lyrical
engagement with Edmonton, Alberta. He sees the new terrain through his peculiar, sympathising lens–characterised
by impassioned tones that range from brusque to tender. There is something of the magpie in him: nothing escapes
his subtle gaze, his flighty wit, his voracious gleaning of experience. His supple lines meander and flit over
scapes of love, home, family, and literature, rewarding the magpie-minded with a lucid estrangement to things
both unfamiliar and familiar.